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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Betas,_17-13
Winners to Meet Sigma Chi!
For FraternityGrid Crown

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ROGER RATES:
All-America Board Eyes
Spartans, Ml's Zatkoff

LEFT ENDS HONORED:
Green, Wodziak Named Top Performers

CHICAGO-(VP)-It's getting so
y the All-America hunter in the
Midwest automatically turns his
Sights on undefeated Michigan
State, the nation's No. 1 team in
the Associated Press poll.
Fumbles Key
DWin
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CHICAGO- (AP) - Oklahoma's
mighty Sooners, the Nation's No.
1 rushing team, better put handles
on the ball against doughty Notre
Dame in their nationally tele-
vised football game Saturday.
For that matter, so should the
Irish, who in fashioning a sur-
prising 4-1-1 record, have fumbled
32 times against six opponents to
date.
COACH FRANK Leahy's lads
don't come at you in phalanxes,
as in yore, but they still smack
with reckless abandon which has
a lot to do with the ball popping
5 all over the lot. The Irish simply
hit and then hunt for the ball.
"We hope the fumble play
will continue to work in the
right manner for us against Ok-
O lahoma," Charles Callahan,
Notre Dame publicitor said be-
fore the Chicago Football Writ-
ers Tuesday.

No fewer than seven Spartans
have been tabbed as All-America
timber by the regional three-man
board seeking candidates for the
AP's honor team.
FIVE ARE defensive stars, in-
cluding ends Ed Luke and Don
Dohoney, a couple of cat-quick
195-pounders; linebackers Dick
Tamburo and Doug Weaver; and
guard Frank Kush.
Offensively, MSC's talented
quarterback, Tom Yewcic, and
rambling halfback, Don Mc-
Auliffe, are rated exceptional
performers on an exceptional
team.
Linebacker Roger Zatkoff of
Michigan continued to receive solid
There will be a meeting of all
senior managers of varsity
sports this evening, Wednesday,
at 7 p.m. in the Michigan Un-
ion. The room number will be
posted in the Union.
--Al Pickus
support from the board, as did
Johnny Lattner, Notre Dame's
workhorse back.
* * *
MSC's WEAVER, 188-pound
senior, entered his bid with a bril-
liant performance against Purdue
last Saturday. It was his effective
work against the menacing Boiler-
maker quarterback, Dale Samuels,
which guaranteed Michigan State's
hard-earned 14-7 victory.

Big Ten
Standings
W L Pet.
Purdue .3 0 1.000
MICHIGAN 3 1 .750
Minnesota 3 1 .750
Wisconsin t 2 1 .667
Ohio State 3 2 .600
Northwestern 1 3 .250
Illinois 1 3 .250
Indiana 1 3 .250
Iowa 1 4 .200
'M' In Hard
Scrimmage
For Cornell
Bennie Oosterbaan isn't taking
any chances on a poor showing
against weak Cornell Saturday
afternoon.
The Wolverine gridiron men-
tor sponsored a back to work move-
ment as he sent his charges
through a full dress scrimmage
yesterday. It was the first practice
scrimmage in four weeks for Mich-
igan footballers.
IT WAS almost dark before
Ferry Field stopped resounding
with the clash of padding and hel-
mets.
Ted Kress, who sprained his
ankle in Saturday's loss to Il-
linois, was back in the familiar
tailback slot. It is too early, how-
ever, to tell how effective he will
be against the Big Red Satur-
day afternoon.
The same holds true for Ron
Williams, defensive guard who re-
ceived an ankle injury Saturday.
Williams also participated in the
workout.
TOM WITHERSPOON, the third
Michigan ankle victim, is still
limping.
Before the scrimmage, the
Wolverines worked on pass de-
fense. Two of Cornell's three
touchdowns against Columbia
last week were accomplished
through the air.
During the body contact ses-
sion, the varsity worked against
Cornell defensive formations pro-
vided by the reserves. Tony Bran-
off and Frank Howell alternated
at right half while Dan Cline un-
derstudied Kress at tailback. Ted
Topor and Dick Balzhizer rounded
out the backfield at their usual
quarterback and fullback slots.
I-M VOLLEYBALL
Chicago 4, Staruss 2
Van Tyne 3, Hayden 3
Hinsdale 6, Lloyd 0
Cooley 3; Kelsey 3
Hubner 1, Allen Rumsey 5
Wenley 5, Reeves 1
Gomberg 6, Taylor 0
Greene 1, Adams 5
Williams 3, Fletdjer 3
Anderson won by forfeit over
Winchell.

By CORKY SMITH
Phi Delta Theta edged Beta
Theta Pi yesterday afternoon, 17-
13, to gain a berth in the frater-
nity first-place finals against Sig-
ma Chi next week.
The Phi Delts jumped into the
lead early in the contest by virtue
of a pass interception by Jan Weg-
enka. A few plays later Gil Sabuc-
co tossed a pass to Duke Layland
for the first Phi Delt touchdown.
Sabucco tossed a pass to Lay-
lend for the extra point.
* * *
THE BETAS bounced right back
minutes later when Ralph Smith
intercepted a Subbuco pass near
his own goal line and went all the
way for the score. The try for extra
point was no good.
Subucco threw to Don Mac-
laren for another Phi Delt
touchdown. The extra point at-
tempt failed.
Again the Betas came back to
knot the score with a touchdown
pass thrown by Dick Fisher to
Mac Hurry. Fisher tossed to Art
Iverson for the extra point.
* * s
WITH TIME running out, the
Phi Delts got a break that enabled
them to go on to victory. A Beta
passer was penalized for inten-
tionally grounding the ball. Since
he was in his end zone at the
time, the Beta team was charged
with a safety, giving the Phi Delts
two points. Another Beta passer
was tagged behind his goal line by
a Phi Delt defenseman and this
safety gave Phi Delta Theta its
final points.
In the hard-fought contest
Maclaren sustained a broken col-
larbone as a result of a block
Bowlers Open
WinterLeague
The pins are flying again as
the 1952-53 All-Campus Bowling
League settles down to a long win-
ter of rugged competition.
Meeting every Wednesday night
in the alleys of the Michigan Un-
ion, the local keglers are beginning
to reach their mid-season form.
After six weeks of activity, the
Strikers and the Weaklings are
pacing the field of 12 teams each
with a record of 17 wins and 7
losses.
THE STRIKERS are comprised
of Captain Stan Woolams, Gordon
Hutchinson, Jim Godfrey, Bruce
Thornton, and Don Messersmith,
Members of the Weaklings include
Captain Chuck 'Barnhart, Phil
Barad, Bill Dupuis, Lars Linden,
and Jim Duey.
Jim Cross leads the league in
three important departments.
He possesses high average with
184, high individual game, 257,
and high series (three games),
648. Ted Pearce has second high
series with a 623 to his credit.
The Little Women, comprised of
John Macrides, Hank Le Bost,
George Porretta, Nonny Wein-
stock, and Pearce hold the record
for high team single game and
series with scores of 1032 and
2879 respectively.

thrown at him. The injury will
keep him out of the champion-
ship game with Sigma Chi.
In another game played yester-
day Alpha Delta Phi trounced Phi
Kappa Psi, 18-0 in the semi-finals
of the third-place playoffs. Laurie
Dooge was on the receiving end
of three touchdown passes. Bob
Carpenter threw two of the passes
and George Hammond tossed the
other.
Alpha Tau Omega crept by Chi
Phi, 7-6, in the semi-final play-
offs for second place. Don Weir
heaved a pass to Kelly Tarachas
for the only ATO touchdown of
the game. The all important extra
point was scored on a pass from
Tarachas to Cedric Richner.

Two left ends, Merritt (Tim)
Green, captain of the Wolverine
eleven, and Illinois stalwart Andy
Wodziak, were named as Player
of the Week of their respective
teams for their roles in the Mich-
igan-Illinois game Saturday by
press box scribes.
Both men guarded their defen-
sive posts like watchdogs while
Wodziak also doubled as an of-
fensive operative.
* * *
ALTHOUGH Green was almost
mechanical in stopping end runs
all afternoon, he will be best be
remembered in future years for
his recovery of a loose ball that
led to the first Wolverine touch-
down at the outset of the second
half.
While an Illinois halfback
looked at the kickoff without
touching it, Green charged up
the left sideline and pounced on
the free pigskin on the two yard
line.
The touchdown that followed
I gave the Wolverines a psychologi-

cal lift that carried them to an-
other score ten minutes later and
another drive that carried down to
the nine yard line before the Illi-
nois defense held tight to break
the surge and frustrate Wolverine
attempts for a second half come-
back.
* * *
BUT IF Green gave Michigan a
mental injection in the second
half it was Wodziak's key play in
the first half that led to the first
Illinois score and gave the Illini
an impetus that wasn't halted un-
til they had built up a half time
lead of 22-0.

With Michigan's Bill Billings
standing in the end zone to punt
early in the first quarter, Wod-
ziak slashed into the Wolverine
backfield to block the kick. The
ball flew into the stands behind
the end zone for a safety, giv-
ing the underdog Illini a two
point lead and the desire for
more.
A few minutes later the alert
Wodziak, who was named to the
second string Big Ten All-Star
team last year, floated towards the
right side to intercept a pass deep
in Michigan territory and set up
the second Illinois six pointer.

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